I saw the show on Tuesday night that was put …

Comment on Bungalow Song, the living past by Chippy Miller.

I saw the show on Tuesday night that was put on for the family of those who had spent time growing up at the Bungalow.
The show was funny and it was sad. Most of all it shed some light on what really happened to those kids many years ago.
What a great performance by those young people who really put their heart and soul into this show.
It is a story that needs to be told and I congratulate those who have put it all together and made this possible.

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